Harvin spent the first four seasons of his career with the Vikings, becoming a dynamic and explosive play-maker both at wide receiver and in the return game. The issue for Harvin wasn't necessarily lack of skill, it was that he simply couldn't stay healthy.
Suffering from migraines, Harvin made the decision - likely the smart decision, at that - to protect his head and end his career while he's still semi-healthy.
The former first-round draft choice from Florida played in 54 career games for Minnesota and compiled 280 receptions totaling 3,302 yards receiving and 20 touchdowns to go with his 107 career carries that totaled 683 yards and four touchdowns. Harvin also returned 114 kicks in his four years with the Vikings and totaled 3,183 return yards; a stunning 27.92 yards per return.